I’ve traditionally been with you on this one, but the book makes a really compelling counterargument. They blame Rubin for a lot (including the original title) but also own up to being dumb, drunk teenagers who sorta got lost in a persona.
Or ... TV changed over the intervening years. All of the episode descriptions for Twin Peaks’ return were phrases like “This is the chair” and “We are like the dreamer.”
I do too!
Thanks. I’ll be writing much more over the course of the year on this topic; it’s the first installment in a series.
For the record, I’m with you: I love the internet. That’s why I write about it for a living. I’m talking about broader attitudes toward it in that sentence, and particularly social media. Hopefully, the rest of the paragraph makes that clear, but I’m afraid you and I are in the minority here.
I’m with you, I still love this stuff.
Well, I guess that’s that? No real new information, really, but a lot of threads of narrative to be recontextualized and parsed for at least the next 24 hours. And at least we got the phrase “salacious and unverified” out in the wild. Get used to hearing that one!
I think the photographers were just leaving because they were so fucking bored of McCain talking.
Meanwhile, on Twitch, everyone thinks John Cornyn is John McCain because he is for some reason sitting behind a name-card that says “Mr. McCain.”
It’s amazing how much people have to talk around the overwhelming incompetency of the president. It’s his defining feature, a sort of ambient condition the rest of the government is trying to swim around. The baseline assumption of every sentence here is: The president is an idiot who tweets whatever idiotic shit… Read more